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Two and a Half Men Episode: "Crude and Uncalled For"

Season 7, Episode 14
Episode Synopsis: Alan gets into a bar fight and lands in jail, while Charlie fears that Chelsea likes Alan's lawyer (Steven Eckholdt).
Original Air Date: Feb 1, 2010
Guest Cast Steven Eckholdt: Brad Lilli Birdsell: Louanne Mark Deklin: Marcus
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Season 7, Episode 14
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Length: 21:26
Aired: 2/1/2010
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Two and a Half Men Episode Recap: "Crude and Uncalled For" Season 7, Episode 14

Alan returns to the Internet to meet that special someone and finds himself a beautiful dinner date. While it's obvious to almost everyone that she's not into him, it's not apparent to Alan. When a handsome man propositions her in front of him, Alan does something we've never seen before — he grows a pair. Out of nowhere, he stands up for himself and knocks the man out. He even finishes off with a "How's that, bitch?!" Although it's definitely applause-worthy, it unfortunately lands him in jail.

Who to call? Well, his supportive and helpful brother, of course. Charlie receives the call just as Chelsea is ready to give him a surprise. In all of his excitement, he neglects to tell Chelsea of Alan's predicament and instead enjoys his lingerie-clad fiancée.

Don't worry. He eventually goes to bail Alan out — 10 hours later! It's not really Charlie's fault, though, after all, Chelsea was hard to resist, and he hates wasting an erection. Not only is Charlie unconcerned with Alan's welfare, so too is Evelyn. Before she agrees to help him pay for a lawyer, she wants to know just how much jail time he's looking at if he simply rolls over. Too bad for Evelyn, Alan doesn't want to go back to jail (and he certainly doesn't want to roll over —Charlie's joke, not mine).  While the two of them haggle over who's going to get stuck paying for Alan's lawyer, Chelsea gets frustrated that they are treating Alan this way and offers to help him pay for a lawyer herself.

So, off to the lawyer they go. It turns out that Chelsea has a pretty foxy one (and was responsible for the whole "we were on a break!" debacle on Friends). Not only does he get Alan off the hook with the guy he punched, but he also runs a camp (in honor of his late wife, no less) where inner-city kids can help take care of horses.  And, to top it off, he's everything Charlie is not: he likes people, loves his mother, works with children, and doesn't stumble through life smelling like whiskey and K-Y Jelly. While it's obvious to almost everyone that Chelsea and the lawyer seem smitten with each other, it's apparently not apparent to Charlie. That is, until Alan makes him aware of it (come on, you know Alan enjoys watching Charlie suffer just a little).

When Alan learns that Chelsea has gone to visit the camp (Charlie didn't go because he hates kids and is scared of horses) he can't help but put doubts into Charlie's head. They head out to see if anything is up, but a series of events keeps them from reaching the ranch — their car gets stuck in a ditch, the cell phone loses service, and Jake scares the men into a lake. By the time they get home it's late, so Charlie heads up to the bedroom to look for Chelsea — who isn't home. Bum, bum, baaaa. That was my dramatic noise.

I'm sure half of you hope that Chelsea has run off with this man and will be leaving the show. The other half is probably a little disappointed at the thought of Charlie never growing up if Chelsea leaves him. But all of you will have to wait a whole week to find out because this episode is To Be Continued......!!

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Alan returns to the Internet to meet that special someone and finds himself a beautiful dinner date. While it's obvious to almost everyone that she's not into him, it's not apparent to Alan. When a handsome man propositions her in front of him, Alan does something we've never seen before — he grows a pair. Out of nowhere, he stands up for himself and knocks the man out. He even finishes off with a "How's that, bitch?!" Although it's definitely applause-worthy, it unfortunately lands him in jail.

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